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Source: maxima
Section: math
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Camm Maguire <camm@debian.org>
BuildDepends: gcl ( >= 2.6.1291 ) , texinfo, libgmp3dev, libreadlinedev, locales, automake, debhelper ( >=9 ), autoconf2.13, gawk  awk, texlivelatexrecommended, sharutils, libxmudev, libxaw7dev, texcommon, python3
StandardsVersion: 4.4.1
Package: maxima
Architecture: any
Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
Recommends: maximashare, gnuplotx11
Suggests: texmacs, maximadoc, xmaxima, maximaemacs, wish
Description: Computer algebra system  base system
Maxima is a fully symbolic computation program. It is full featured
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Toddcoxeter methods for finite group
analysis, graphing, multiple precision floating point computation.
It has a symbolic source level debugger for maxima code. Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970s. It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.
.
This package contains the main executables and base system files.
Package: maximasrc
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Description: Computer algebra system  source code
Maxima is a fully symbolic computation program. It is full featured
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Toddcoxeter methods for finite group
analysis, graphing, multiple precision floating point computation.
It has a symbolic source level debugger for maxima code. Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970s. It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.
.
This package contains the lisp source code.
Package: maximatest
Architecture: all
Depends: maxima (>= ${binary:Version}), maximasrc (>= ${source:Version}), maximashare (>= ${source:Version}), ${misc:Depends}
Description: Computer algebra system  test suite
Maxima is a fully symbolic computation program. It is full featured
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Toddcoxeter methods for finite group
analysis, graphing, multiple precision floating point computation.
It has a symbolic source level debugger for maxima code. Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970s. It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.
.
This package contains a build integrity test suite.
Package: maximadoc
Section: doc
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Replaces: maxima (<< ${binary:Version})
Description: Computer algebra system  documentation
Maxima is a fully symbolic computation program. It is full featured
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Toddcoxeter methods for finite group
analysis, graphing, multiple precision floating point computation.
It has a symbolic source level debugger for maxima code. Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970s. It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.
.
This package contains most of the documentation.
Package: xmaxima
Architecture: any
Depends: tk, maxima (>= ${binary:Version}), maximadoc (>= ${source:Version}), maximatest (>= ${source:Version}), ${misc:Depends}, sensibleutils
Recommends: mimesupport, postscriptviewer, pdfviewer
Suggests: texmacs
Replaces: maxima (<< ${binary:Version})
Description: Computer algebra system  x interface
Maxima is a fully symbolic computation program. It is full featured
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Toddcoxeter methods for finite group
analysis, graphing, multiple precision floating point computation.
It has a symbolic source level debugger for maxima code. Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970s. It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.
.
This package contains an X Windows interface using the tcl/tk
libraries.
Package: maximaemacs
Depends: maxima (>= ${binary:Version}), emacs24  emacsen, emacsencommon (>= 1.4.14), texlivebasebin, ${misc:Depends}, texlivelatexrecommended, maximadoc (>= ${source:Version})
Recommends: mimesupport, postscriptviewer, pdfviewer
Architecture: all
Replaces: maxima (<< ${binary:Version})
Description: Computer algebra system  emacs interface
Maxima is a fully symbolic computation program. It is full featured
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Toddcoxeter methods for finite group
analysis, graphing, multiple precision floating point computation.
It has a symbolic source level debugger for maxima code. Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970s. It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.
.
This package contains a tradition emacs interface, together with a
newer imaxima interface supporting inline imaging and HTML export
under a specialized imath mode.
Package: maximashare
Architecture: all
Depends: maxima (>= ${binary:Version}), ${misc:Depends}
Replaces: maxima (<< ${binary:Version})
Description: Computer algebra system  extra code
Maxima is a fully symbolic computation program. It is full featured
doing symbolic manipulation of polynomials, matrices, rational
functions, integration, Toddcoxeter methods for finite group
analysis, graphing, multiple precision floating point computation.
It has a symbolic source level debugger for maxima code. Maxima is
based on the original Macsyma developed at MIT in the 1970s. It is
quite reliable, and has good garbage collection, and no memory leaks.
It comes with hundreds of self tests.
.
This package contains a set of contributed routines and addon
packages.
